The Lincoln Continental Coach Door Edition has made a comeback for the 2020MY. Unlike the previous batch, which was limited to 80 units, production will now be capped at approximately 150 cars, and deliveries will start next spring.
Ford’s premium car brand has already opened the order books for the limited edition model, which starts at $115,470, without destination and delivery charges, $40,000 more than the Continental Black Label on which it is based.
Unlike the regular Black Label though, the Continental Coach Door is 6 inches (152 mm) longer between the two axles, a move that has opened up more space for rear passengers. Ingress and egress at the back is enhanced courtesy of the longer rear-hinged doors, a signature feature of a car that also packs a lot of amenities, including active noise control, a premium sound system and wireless phone charging.
Dividing the rear seats is a full-length center console that features a table, tablet/laptop holders, controls for the climate and audio system, 110V power outlet and two USB ports. The illuminated door sills and Lincoln-branded umbrellas in the doors round up the special feel of the car.
Customers can choose between three exterior colors, the Chroma Crystal Blue, Pristine White Metallic and Infinite Black. For the interior, they have to settle for the Alpine / Chalet or Jet Black / Thoroughbred, although the latter is not available with the blue shade.
As for power, that comes from the 3.0-liter, twin-turbo V6 engine that produces 400 hp (406 PS / 298 kW) and 400 lb-ft (542 Nm) of torque.